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1. Or a bad weather day.
2. Pg 315, 'in cold weather.
3. And now to the weather.
4. Even in the hot weather.
5. Weather comes in and out.
6. The weather was very hot.
7. The Weather of his Youth.

8. The weather is still ugly.
9. For the storm to weather.
10. If the weather were not.
11. On a weather map on the.
12. Cold weather has no mercy.
13. How I hate this weather.
14. This is real beach weather.
15. Each change in the weather.
16. I need for this weather):.
17. The weather was still harsh.
18. Life passes in the weather.
19. We do not feel the weather.
20. We are parched for weather.
21. The weather was turning hot.
22. The cold weather has ceased.
23. This weather makes you dull.
24. The warmer weather made it.
25. The weather also took a toll.
26. The weather was bitter here.
27. The weather is about perfect.
28. The weather had turned cold.
29. It was sunny October weather.
30. Go on about the hot weather.
31. The bad weather was a factor.
32. Before the weather gets cold.
33. I hate cold weather and snow.
34. The weather had been perfect.
35. It was now hot spring weather.
36. The weather turned cold and.
37. The weather was near perfect.
38. Then the weather clouded over.
39. He checked his weather again.
40. The weather is worse than ever.
41. The weather was cold and foggy.
42. Weather Service to seed some.
43. He is not affected by weather.
44. The weather here isn't too bad.
45. Shelter from wind and weather.
46. The June weather was delicious.
47. But the weather was changing.
48. The fall weather is incredible.
49. It could be a nice weather day.
50. But it’s the weather, mostly.
51. A walk? In this weather?
52. I stumbled across the weather.
53. The weather was cloudy and cool.
54. The weather here was very mild.
55. Just enjoy the weather and the.
56. The weather stayed cold all week.
57. Have fun in any kind of weather.
58. The weather was thoroughly foul.
59. The weather cleared at nightfall.
60. We have some lovely weather to-.
61. The weather made Kehaar restless.
62. Porcelain cracks in this weather.
63. They were not out of the weather.
64. The weather had turned cold and.
65. I spoke to soon about the weather.
66. Dry weather was expected all week.
67. Out here? In this weather?
68. No matter what the weather, the.
69. Weather is the next consideration.
70. So, is it weather related?
71. The acid was down to the weather.
72. By the fire in inclement weather.
73. I do hope the weather cools soon.
74. The land and the weather will be.
75. We can hear the news and weather.
76. She hasn't noticed the weather yet.
77. Beautiful weather, isn't it, Mrs.
78. He’s not dressed for the weather.
79. A lot depends on the weather and.
80. How’s the weather with you?’.
81. Away but the weather turned around.
82. Tell me, is it the weather?
83. How’s the weather in Maryland?
84. An hour or so later, the weather.
85. A mind fosters the form of weather.
86. What kind of weather is this?
87. This weather is all from the south.
88. No, the weather is terrific!.
89. The push was the awful weather in.
91. A change was coming in the weather.
92. He didn’t like weather like this.
93. The weather just hadn't cooperated.
94. Cosette, let your fine weather be.
95. The weather hadn't improved at all.
96. The weather could clear up anytime.
97. Normally it starts with the weather.
98. In stormy weather, they sheltered.
99. The weather has really cracked up.
100. In the late 1990s, on the Weather.
1. Good luck in weathering this storm.
2. Mechanical weathering? Or could it be chemical?
3. I went ahead and entered the forest intent on weathering.
4. But most of the tiles were cracked and chipped by weathering.
5. Old ice is bluish and has rounded edges, caused by weathering.
6. After more than 60 years of desiccation and weathering, that much was.
7. This is due to the greater indestructibility of the quartz pebbles, and the weathering away, or denudation, of the sandstone face.
8. You also need to understand Confucian classic, the weathering process, the forces of nature, the magnetic fields and how these all influence us.
9. Next to the shack there was a little tent, gray with weathering, but neatly, properly set up; and the boxes in front of it were placed against the tent wall.
10. In the face of the stony wall there was something like a stair: natural perhaps, and made by the weathering and splitting of the rock, for it was rough and uneven.
11. On the island side of the channel there are a good many inscriptions which are shown by the weathering of the hieroglyphs to be older than the age of the XI dynasty.
12. Although stone is use as a foundation, and at times, these tribulations can bring about change, it is also resistant to weathering with its hardness, and some say coldness.
13. Most were craggy, carved and battered with weathering, then covered up with a dressing of plants, but Joey could make out one with the painted sculptures of animals and people in some sort of dance.
14. Besides, this idea of Jonah's weathering the Cape of Good Hope at so early a day would wrest the honour of the discovery of that great headland from Bartholomew Diaz, its reputed discoverer, and so make modern history a liar.
15. Disgusted by such ferocious resistance and apparently temporarily leaderless, the mass of surviving Ryuzoji cavalrymen retreated out of range after weathering a third harquebus volley from close range that fell a further fourteen of them.
1. His face is very weathered.
2. Cape Cod Grey, and Weathered Wood.
3. The weathered boards were bright.
4. His skin was cracked and weathered.
5. They had weathered this last hurdle.
6. They were weathered and spotted from age.
7. So, we’d weathered the storms together.
8. But we Barbegs have weathered many storms.
9. They held the straps and weathered the ride.
10. The town has weathered the winter very well.
11. John passes a weathered billboard, To Our US.
12. He weathered the first blast of sound, blinking.
13. Brown trainers, weathered and frayed, but solid.
14. The green of the moss went well with the weathered.
15. The intricately weathered shapes there appealed to.
16. On the porch sat a weathered, old man sipping from.
17. Some of it had weathered a bit, but we fixed all that.
18. The grayish stone was worn and weathered, softened by.
19. The medicine man chuckled and sat his weathered hands.
20. Tears rolled down Bone’s wrinkled and weathered skin.
21. His face was unusually weathered for a man of his age.
22. Her face was tanned and weathered, but a beauty still.
23. The weathered guise of an old man materialized at eye-.
24. What happened? the weathered human groggily asked.
25. Yet it weathered the recent Boreal blast with no damage.
26. It's weathered, white clapboard, siding marred with age.
27. Pensively, he rubbed his weathered face with a large hand.
28. His face was stil wrinkled and weathered with age, and he.
29. Thank goodness, I weathered the storm, leaving the area at.
30. The Coalition had weathered dozens of storms in its history.
31. On it roughly cut and now much weathered could still be seen.
32. His weathered, hazel eyes looked up from his illegible writings.
33. Despite his heavily weathered physical features, Mort’s mind.
34. Though very old and weathered, it appeared extremely sea worthy.
35. Low-lying, the weathered bridge was wide enough for two Kyboes.
36. Maybe, I wondered, if I weathered the storm I could waltz out of.
37. Jedi, a weathered looking man with shoulder length gray hair and.
38. His face was weathered; evidence of many years in the desert sun.
39. They had the same county look about them; Unwashed and weathered.
40. His face was weathered and aged, as if he he’d lived a hard life.
41. The whole structure appeared to be made out of weathered wood and.
42. Her ruddy, weathered face was covered in part by a dark ‘60s wig.
43. A slow tear slid down Thaddeus’s old weathered cheek, My wife.
44. The houses were all ragged and old, weathered with years of neglect.
45. She sat on a weathered bench by a dry softball pitch and she told him.
46. Father Haralambos bowed his head and a smile creased his weathered face.
47. He too was slight of stature but had softer, yet wel weathered features.
48. Through all of the trials and tribulations, his ant had weathered it all.
49. Luckily, it had weathered the tears Tyler had created with his potion talk.
50. There was a large, weathered building across from where they were standing.
51. Jody patted their heads seriously, and moved on to the weathered scrap pile.
52. He pulled the clipping from his pocket and pressed it to the weathered wood.
53. Guesthouse, a large building of grey weathered stone with two wings running.
54. The cream-coloured concrete walls still had that weathered and unloved look.
55. His face was slack and weathered, probably from all the time he spent outside.
56. He was middle-aged and his weathered face looked surprised at the sight of me.
57. He nudged her aside and braced his shoulder against the weathered timber door.
58. It was an old weathered box that was badly decayed and had parts of it missing.
59. His skin was weathered by outdoor living, and he had the red nose of a drinker.
60. In the really really old days The old men of weathered skin And rough clothing.
61. His arms burned with exhaustion, and his rapid breathing lifted up his weathered.
62. Weathered hide-boots indicated a seasoned traveller who had spent many turns on.
63. A blond man moved into view – graceful, sturdy, his face handsome and weathered.
64. Eugene's is more coarse, weathered by the sun, and textured from years of activity.
65. He and his brother and sister had gotten a lot closer then and weathered the storm.
66. Despite his physical discomforts, there was an impish expression on his weathered.
67. The weathered fisherman was dragging several rotting fish heads on a length of nylon.
68. Even Thane – who had weathered all manner of crises in the past – was taken aback.
69. It was old and weathered, erosion having exposed much of its sides and top over the years.
70. The German then said, Pneumo, have a rather weathered tombstone set up at the Hoppenlau.
71. A weathered and mustachioed older man sat behind a large battered desk, holding his resume.
72. Raklo closed his eyes and felt the burning sting of hot tears singe his wise, weathered face.
73. I tried to hide the tears, but you could hear them collide with the weathered wood at my feet.
74. After taking a hearty swig of his mead, Brynjolf studied the man’s weathered and scornful face.
75. I know about your fiancé, and your lover, and I’m sorry for the storm you have weathered lately.
76. There were few trees here, the colors coming instead from weathered canvas awnings and painted signs.
77. He sat near the abandoned farmhouse on a mostly intact stretch of fence long since weathered to grey.
78. He ran his weathered hands through his long blond hair, making it stick out like that of a mad scientist.
79. The old woman broke into a toothless grin, causing waves of wrinkled, weathered skin to buckle in its wake.
80. The tombstones were gray and seemed weathered far beyond the dates of only fourteen or fifteen years before.
81. See, T, Kernel said rolling back over behind the weathered steering wheel, Nothin’ to worry about.
82. Under dark woollen papakha hats, the faces were gaunt and weathered from years of continuous harsh exposure.
83. The deep wrinkles in their tanned weathered cheeks flowed across their hateful faces like ripples of disgust.
84. He looked older than Karlov, more weathered almost, with an impressive beard and a chest covered with muscle.
85. He stops by one of the more ornate gravestones apparently contemplating the rather weathered angel on the top.
86. Musty pungency of wet lumber, a weathered table in the centre of the room surrounded by four unmatched chairs.
87. I’m not certain, but I believe he blushed, though it was hard to tell behind the weathered lines of his face.
88. On patrol in May 1999, the cutter Sherman relieved the Storis and weathered three polar storms in as many weeks.
89. She could tell it was old—the rough-hewn logs were cracked and weathered, the mud between them black with age.
90. Their corporal, rather older and more weathered than the last, kept them alert and eager as vexers on the leash.
91. Seems Ireland had its fair share of engineers and hackers and they weathered the fall of our city better than most.
92. His is the only bank that weathered the shit storm that befell most others—and he got a lot of the credit for it.
93. Simon signaled Molloy that it was time to leave, and soon we were striding past weathered barracks and wary onlookers.
94. She didn’t acknowledge him as she leafed through a weathered notebook with faded alphabetical lettering on red tabs.
95. He was roundabout forty and looked some years older with the few new wrinkles and weathered look imprinted on his face.
96. Ingrid, incredulous, gazed upon his weathered features, barely able to believe the thoughts her mind was putting together.
97. Weathered old arms, bruised from where dozens of needles had been inserted, reached out to wrap Stephanie in a warm embrace.
98. His leathery skin was lined and weathered, like that of a much older person who had spent most of his life in the harsh outdoors.
99. He wasn’t sure, but there was something unnatural about the sounds coming from the weathered rocks when the wind blew through them.
100. The rough wood from which it was constructed had weathered to a dull gray color, but the axles and wheels were solid and well greased.
1. Even the weathers had.
2. The in between to major weathers maybe.
3. Weathers said he would take a small Irish and Apollinaris.
4. From that time, in all weathers, she waited there two hours.
5. She could be sent on errands at any time and in all weathers.
6. Farrington was just standing another round when Weathers came back.
7. Mister Weathers is a protocol officer from the White House, while Miss.
8. Weathers saluted them and told the company that they were out of the Tivoli.
9. Satisfactions gardening expendable intensions extensively in all weathers for.
10. They were old but very comfortable, and she was able to wear them in all weathers.
11. Oh, how that great machine at the town’s center dispensed Time in blowing weathers.
12. After a long struggle Weathers again brought his opponent's hand slowly on to the table.
13. Hil ary could say little more, so she went to Ramsay Weathers, her representative in the.
14. After about thirty seconds Weathers brought his opponent's hand slowly down on to the table.
15. It was hard physical work involving road works and drainage in all weathers and the hours were long.
16. It would save her bringing the younger ones with her in all weathers to the local shops almost every day.
17. However, Jake weathers the comments without obvious signs of strain and Abi does what she can to suppress Ben.
18. O'Halloran stood a round and then Farrington stood another round, Weathers protesting that the hospitality was too Irish.
19. Leonard introduced them to a young fellow named Weathers who was performing at the Tivoli as an acrobat and knockabout artiste.
20. Napoleon paraded and reviewed the Guards and the garrison in all weathers, distributing rewards and crosses of the Legion of Honour.
21. Weathers made them all have just one little tincture at his expense and promised to meet them later on at Mulligan's in Poolbeg Street.
22. He cursed his want of money and cursed all the rounds he had stood, particularly all the whiskies and Apolinaris which he had stood to Weathers.
23. He had stood about the works in all weathers, had exercised a personal supervision over the men, and had never made a slip in his weekly reports.
24. Weathers was showing his biceps muscle to the company and boasting so much that the other two had called on Farrington to uphold the national honour.
25. It is by reason of this cosy blanketing of his body, that the whale is enabled to keep himself comfortable in all weathers, in all seas, times, and tides.
26. It was spring, and a fair one with mild weathers and a bright sun, before Bilbo and Gandalf took their leave at last of Beorn, and though he longed for home.
27. Matthew visualized how Ellen’s mother’s family the Kilbride’s would have travelled this route by horse and cart, by bicycle or even walking in all weathers.
28. The balloon, green as slime, printed with titan pictures of winged scorpions, ancient phoenixes, smokes, fires, clouded weathers, swung its wicker basket wheezing, down.
29. For hunting in Alaska a synthetic stock, unaffected by all weathers, has to be the best choice; but, in fact, I don't have a single gun with a wooden stock at home either.
30. A lifetime of working in the fields in all weathers had wrinkled her hands, and given her cheeks a raw redness just beneath the skin, and taught her to walk slowly and conserve her strength.
31. Why, I know an old fellow who has worn the very same tile, in all weathers, for fifteen years; it has been in the height of fashion twice in that time, and it will soon come in again; and it is a very decent thing yet when it has been newly pressed and ironed.
32. In all weathers, in the snow and frost of winter, in the bitter winds of spring, in the hot sunshine of summer, in the rains of autumn, and again in the snow and frost of winter, Lucie passed two hours of every day at this place; and every day on leaving it, she kissed the prison wall.
33. Sara was sent on errands in all weathers, and scolded and driven hither and thither; she was scarcely allowed to speak to Ermengarde and Lottie; Lavinia sneered at the increasing shabbiness of her clothes; and the other girls stared curiously at her when she appeared in the schoolroom.
34. The one that Ireland shaped herself with her weathers and waters, her seedings and harvestings, her brans and mashes, her brews, bottlings, and ladlings-out, her summer-grain-colored pubs astir and advance with the wind in the wheat and barley by night: you may hear the good whisper way out in forest, on bog, as you roll by.
35. At this moment he was lying ill of fever in the clay lands near Curitiba in Brazil, having been drenched with thunder-storms and persecuted by other hardships, in common with all the English farmers and farm-labourers who, just at this time, were deluded into going thither by the promises of the Brazilian Government, and by the baseless assumption that those frames which, ploughing and sowing on English uplands, had resisted all the weathers to whose moods they had been born, could resist equally well all the weathers by which they were surprised on Brazilian plains.
36. It weathers any storm, loves through any tragedy,.

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